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, followed by retiring california representative jerry lewis talking about his career. later, "washington journal." >> today on "washington journal," will talk about the latest on the so-called fiscal cliff with stan colander and joshua gordon. that is followed by a look at president obama's cabinet for a second term. our guest is david jackson. then a look at what is next for iraq. we are joined by new york times correspondent and author michael gordon. "washington journal" is live at 7:00 a.m. eastern. >> he had to make a plan for the invasion without considering the atomic and -- on. -- bomb. landing on the coast would cost our men thousands. grandson, itruman's choose to honor both, both the sacrifice, sacrifice of american servicemen fighting in the pacific and of little girl in japan who died as a result of the atomic bomb. it is unimaginable what that must of been like to be close to that center where that fireball originated. >> follow clifton truman daniel on his journey to hiroshima. the president's grants and joins us in washington to discuss meetings with bomb survivors. this
. people will move out of the country. they are moving out of california because they are getting taxed. keep in mind, this is ridiculous. the president has put us in a terrible situation. host: you to get your television to and because pedro is a much better looking individual than i am. your thoughts? guest: it is important to get a distinction between what the current debate is about. what changes are policy makers going to make for next year? the debates right now is a very short-term debate about taxes and spending policies over the very short term. that debate is not going to be the final debate. there are still plenty of issues that we're going to need to deal with with the more medium and longer-term structural issues with our tax and spending policies. that is really a much larger debate and it is true that taxing the rich or really any one solution is not going to be sufficient to solve the entire problem. it will take several or many different pieces to fix the larger issue. >> next up is wesley in wisconsin. on the line for democrats. caller: good morning. a tax of 75%, they
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